Boilie Rockets— specific devices for bait, used mainly in carp fishing. The name in this case fully corresponds to the appearance: the feeder looks like a real rocket, with an oblong body, a pointed nose and stabilizers in the back. The case is open from the rear end — bait is loaded there (in some models, shutters may be provided that prevent the contents from crumbling in flight). After entering the water, the feeders can behave in different ways, according to this feature they are divided into floating and sinking.
A floating rocket has an insert in the nose made of light floating material. Due to this, once in the water, it immediately becomes vertically on the surface, tail down, and the contents freely spill out of the feeder; for more efficient washing out of viscous mixtures, additional holes can be provided in the body. Sinking rockets, in turn, are used when you need to deliver bait to a certain depth. After falling into the water, such a feeder sinks to the bottom, and in order to open it, you need to pull up the fishing line.
In general, rockets are one of the most effective types of "long-range" feeders, and some professional carp anglers consider them to be almost the perfect type of such equipment. The optimal aerodynamic shape gives good accuracy and range (70 – 80 m, or even further), according to these characteristics, the missiles are superior to many other "delivery vehicles" like catapults or slingshots. In addition, such devices are unpretentious to the type of load, they can be loaded with any type of bait — from the actual boilies to small cereals and even viscous mixtures.
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